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#5725708 - 05/01/15 07:07 PM Got a question....
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what do yall call this? We were talking the other day, and a bunch of different answers, ok besides WORK. LOL.

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#5725745 - 05/01/15 07:38 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Looks like an old style hoe to me
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#5725747 - 05/01/15 07:41 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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We called that a cotton hoe.
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#5725752 - 05/01/15 07:48 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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We called it a grub or grubbing hoe. We used it along with a pick axe to clean fence lines.

A cotton hoe look like this.

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#5725776 - 05/01/15 08:14 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Two types of cotton hoes used in Missouri according to this article

http://www.agweb.com/article/missouri_co...gainst_pigweed/


We called the mattock, a grubing hoe down in South Texas. Regional differences I guess.
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#5725782 - 05/01/15 08:21 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Yes with the answer cotton hoe, that's what my granny called it. But a bunch of guys called it an eye hoe ( because of the big eye the handle goes thru)I just know that with that heavy head it don't take much to go thru a good size sunflower.

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#5725789 - 05/01/15 08:26 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Originally Posted By: billyhunt
Yes with the answer cotton hoe, that's what my granny called it. But a bunch of guys called it an eye hoe ( because of the big eye the handle goes thru)I just know that with that heavy head it don't take much to go thru a good size sunflower.

Eye Hoe is what came up on searchs for those pics. We used them for Sunflowers, Bitter Weed and Careless Weeds when chopping cotton or corn.
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#5725803 - 05/01/15 08:36 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Grubbing hoe.
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#5725806 - 05/01/15 08:38 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Originally Posted By: billyhunt
Yes with the answer cotton hoe, that's what my granny called it. But a bunch of guys called it an eye hoe ( because of the big eye the handle goes thru)I just know that with that heavy head it don't take much to go thru a good size sunflower.

^ both of them, that's what I know the as. Also, the 'I got sumthing else to do!' hoe

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#5725847 - 05/01/15 09:17 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Always heard it a grubbing hoe. Grandad made them for his farm, but angled the shaft downward as he said it was easier to hoe the row. Have to agree, still have that old tool and use it in the garden.
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#5725897 - 05/01/15 10:10 PM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Yep, it's a eye hoe. Carried one around a lot chopping cotton and maize when I was younger.
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#5726003 - 05/02/15 06:03 AM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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Looks like Work to me confused2
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#5726097 - 05/02/15 08:38 AM Re: Got a question.... [Re: billyhunt]
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You don't want to be on either end of it.
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#5726163 - 05/02/15 09:39 AM Re: Got a question.... [Re: Stub]
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Originally Posted By: Stub
Looks like Work to me confused2


No sir! its a good "hoe" that wont get you a divorce up
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